Grateful Dead Live at Deer Creek Music Center on 1991-06-07
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Scarlet Begonias ->
Fire On The Mountain
New Speedway Boogie ->
I Need A Miracle ->
Standing On The Moon ->
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|Standing On the Moon ->|
|New Speedway Boogie ->|
|Fire On The Mountain|
|I Need A Miracle ->|
|Scarlet Begonias ->|
Note: James Young & Clay Brennecke taped Front Row DFC OTS at the this show
with the B&K4011's. The DAT Masters are no where to be found.
- 2008-12-09 07:36:35
- 16 bit - 48kHz DAT Clone > TASCAM DA-20 (SPDIF out) -> LynxTWO-B Audio Reference Interface (SPDIF in) -> Wavelab 6.0, Weiss Saracon for 16 BIT - 44.1kHz SRC and POWR-3 Dither Tracked in CDwave, FLAC'd Flac Frontend level 8 Tag & Rename for FLAC Meta-Tagging
- Noblesville, IN
- Run time
- Taped by
- JC Mahoney
- Transferred by
- Todd Evans and Jamie Waddell
- Deer Creek Music Center
Hornsby is an excellent player, a great addition to the team, and there are many shows from this period where everything lines up just right. But he is wise enough to assess after the fact and, I think, listening back to this one (and a few others like it) he'd probably be the first to say 'oops', that he was overrunning the music a bit on this show, especially set one.
He's very aggressive, non-stop, and fills the spaces normally left for well-established riffs and in most cases is wiping out Garcia, rendering mute the riffs and melody lines that we all know and love and forcing Weir to have to state his case loudly if Weir's comping is to be heard at all. And in some cases Hornsby simply doesn't know the tunes well enough to be so bold.
Though all with good intentions (and approval by a bit too deferential Garcia) there's a bit too much athleticism and not enough 'team' attitude.
Set 2 evens out a bit, but set 1 especially could use more willingness from Hornsby to be another gear on the machine and not just 'the man'.....
Subject: lived it loved it
Subject: Dead Creek
My favorite part from this show had to be the SOTM. Towards the end of the song, Jerry starts reminding us that he'd rather be "with you, with you, with you" several times full of that raspy, soulful Jerry voice that you know he means it, I couldn't stop grinning. As if his voice wasn't enough, the guitar solo immediately after it reminded of the special things that happen here. (Help> Slip Franklin's, Tom Thumb, New Speedway and Casey Jones encore the following June of 92 was another sign of the magic)
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